Her report-out for senior Army leadership was articulate and effective. We were told to expect only a 15-minute audience at the Pentagon, but it resulted in multiple questions and requests for more details on our findings for a full hour.
– Phil Huber, client, and partner at Marstel-Day Consulting
Meet Rebecca Goldberg
Rebecca employs her unique, lean-consulting methodology to solve your business problems. She is a trusted consultant, facilitator, and published expert in strategy, operations, lean, and leadership.
For more than a decade, Rebecca has collaborated with executives to produce innovative solutions, and with faculty from top universities to create cutting-edge thought leadership. She is creative and business-savvy, with an MBA, BA, and BFA from first-tier schools; she is a Guest Executive Lecturer at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
– Client, global multinational services company
Rebecca brings fresh ideas and academic rigor to her engagements. Her dual focus on operations and strategy ensures that even her most creative, game-changing plans make sense. And her true enjoyment of the human side of business—like building trust, creating healthy team dynamics, and designing a thriving culture—brings life to your results.
Her industry experience includes manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, health care delivery, insurance, consumer goods, food service, financial services, packaging, environmental, integrated technology, and the United States military.
Get in touch for a meet-and-greet. Rebecca enjoys putting heads together over coffee or Skype.
Author, Consultant & Educator
Rebecca’s work spans theory and practice. Top MBA and executive-education programs use her custom material. She contributes to The Washington Post “Case In Point” and “Capital Business” columns. Her Twitter platform promotes ideas that build independence through business education.
Publications include The Washington Post, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Business & Economy (cover). She has written over 150 case studies, facilitator guides, and technical notes for university and corporate clients.Browse Selected Publications
The Lean Anthology: A Practical Primer in Continual Improvement
The recent book by Rebecca Goldberg and Elliott N. Weiss is designed for corporate and adult education, and uses short stories about everyday scenarios to teach lean to those without a manufacturing background.
A facilitator’s guide is available through the University of Virginia.